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DEPTFORD : 52 Deptford Broadway, DEPTFORD, London. SE8 4PH

PLUMSTEAD : 78 Elmgrove Point, 77 Walmer Terrace, Plumstead London. SE18 7AN

Plumstead :

0203-581-2100

Deptford :

0208-045-4421

 

 

Baby Room (Ladybird Room)

Our Ladybird Room welcomes babies from ages 3 months to 18/24 months old. The environment is equipped with comfortable soft interactive age appropriate toys and we have created an atmosphere that is a home away from home to enable our babies feel comfortable.

Our staff observe children in their play so as to identify their needs and plan daily or weekly activities of learning to provide a valid programme of challenging activities both indoor and outdoor.

We have a dedicated team in Ladybird Room who have all been trained in working with babies

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Toddler Room (Butterfly Room)

Our Toddler Room welcomes children from 18/24 months to 30/40 months old.

Children are observed in their individual activities and play and this is evaluated by practitioners who then provide appropriate activities to extend children’s interest and understanding while being encouraged and supported to start being independent in preparation to join Pre-School Room (Honey-bee).

We focus on working with our Toddler Room children to support them through potty training and in partnership with the parent through this transition.

Pre-School Room (Honey-Bee)

Our Pre-School Room (Honey-Bee) supports children aged 30/40 months to 48/60 months old. In Pre-School we encourage our children to do things independently.

During the day, structured and focused activities takes place that are mostly child led with the support of staff. Writing materials, malleable resources, sand/water play and reading materials are also available throughout the course of the day for the Pre-School children to access.

Our provision is based on children learning through firsthand experience and play-based learning. Children’s individual needs are identified by observing them in play and activities. Practitioners then discuss and evaluate their observations and then provide appropriate activities to extend children’s interest, understanding and learning. We anticipate that our children will develop an awareness of the learning process and have a positive approach to learning new things, being self-motivated and independent as we prepare them for their transition into mainstream school.

Learning at this stage is enhanced by the use of visual resources and experienced practitioners who are skilled in working with children that are developing bi-lingual proficiency as the nursery promote care for all children from different ethnic background.

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